Many people worry about the health and wellbeing of an older person with dementia, such as Alzheimer’s. Although dementia is usually not curable, there is often quite a lot that can be done to help people think — and feel — their best.
For example, avoiding many commonly-prescribed medications, as well as preventing delirium, are things that geriatricians routinely do to help keep people with dementia safer.
Here’s a list of useful posts related to optimizing the health and wellbeing of people with dementia:
Worried about a person’s memory but not sure if it’s Alzheimer’s? See these posts: